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May 2019

Sixth Hydro Nation Scholar Concludes Studies

Yuan Li, a PhD candiate at the University of the Highlands and Islands, became the sixth scholar of the Hydro Nation Scholars Programme to conclude her studies on 14th May 2019.

November 2018

Fifth Hydro Nation Scholar Concludes Studies

Juan Carlos Sanchez Ramierez, a PhD candidate at the University of Dundee, became the fifth scholar of the Hydro Nation Scholars Programme to conclude his studies on 30th November 2018.

Fourth Hydro Nation Scholar Concludes Studies

Bas Buddendorf, a PhD candidate at the University of Aberdeen, became the fourth scholar of the Hydro Nation Scholars Programme to conclude his studies on 29th November 2018.

February 2018

Hydro Nation Scholarship Programme 2018 – Extra Call

Hydro Nation Scholarship Programme 2018 – Extra Call

Applications are now welcome for project proposals based on our topic themes 2, 4 and 7:

  • Innovative Monitoring and Financial Approaches for the Improved Maintenance of Water Infrastructure Assets
  • Water Management in the Food and Drink Industry
  • Innovation in Water and Health

Full details of the programme can be found on our apply page.

January 2018

Third Hydro Nation Scholar Concludes Studies

Third Hydro Nation Scholar Concludes Studies

Ruby Mahana Moynihan, a PhD candidate at the Edinburgh School of Law at the University of Edinburgh, recently became the third scholar of the Hydro Nation Scholars Programme to finish her studies

Second Hydro Nation Scholar Concludes Studies

Second Hydro Nation Scholar Concludes Studies

Munire Nazli Koseoglu, a PhD candidate at the School of Geoscience of the University of Edinburgh and Scotland's Rural College, recently became the second scholar of the Hydro Nation Scholars Programme to finish her studies

November 2017

Hydro Nation Scholars Programme – 2017 Review

Hydro Nation Scholars Programme – 2017 Review

New publication by Hydro Nation Scholar, Bas Buddendorf: Hydraulic Modelling of the Spatial and Temporal Variability in Atlantic Salmon Parr Habitat Availability in an Upland Stream

New publication by Hydro Nation Scholar, Bas Buddendorf: Hydraulic Modelling of the Spatial and Temporal Variability in Atlantic Salmon Parr Habitat Availability in an Upland Stream

Hydro Nation Scholar, Bas Buddendorf is co-author on a paper published in Science of the Total environment, entitled: Hydraulic Modelling of the Spatial and Temporal Variability in Atlantic Salmon Parr Habitat Availability in an Upland Stream. This paper with co-authorship from various academic institutions outlines how habitat for salmon parr is strongly influenced by flow regime and bed morphology, high resolution modelling is essential to characterize upland stream hydraulics, velocity is not a limiting factor for parr growth even in extreme years and how the proportion of usable habitat and discharge per unit width are exponentially related. This publication is available for free download.

October 2017

New publication by Hydro Nation Scholar, Kathleen Stosch; Managing Multiple Catchment Demands for Sustainable Water Use and Ecosystem Service Provision

New publication by Hydro Nation Scholar, Kathleen Stosch; Managing Multiple Catchment Demands for Sustainable Water Use and Ecosystem Service Provision

Hydro Nation Scholar, Kathleen Stosch has just had a paper published in the Water journal, entitled: Managing Multiple Catchment Demands for Sustainable Water Use and Ecosystem Service Provision. This paper highlights that failure to recognise the complexity of interactions across ecosystem service provision can risk the loss of other key environmental and socioeconomic benefits from the natural capital of catchment systems. This publication is available to view here.

New publication by Hydro Nation Scholar, Aaron Neill: Using Spatial-Stream-Network Models and Long-Term Data to Understand and Predict Dynamics of Faecal Contamination in a Mixed Land-Use Catchment

New publication by Hydro Nation Scholar, Aaron Neill: Using Spatial-Stream-Network Models and Long-Term Data to Understand and Predict Dynamics of Faecal Contamination in a Mixed Land-Use Catchment

Hydro Nation Scholar, Aaron Neill has just had a paper published in the Science of the Total Environment journal, entitled: Using Spatial-Stream-Network Models and Long-Term Data to Understand and Predict Dynamics of Faecal Contamination in a Mixed Land-Use Catchment. This paper highlights that a key challenge is to understand and predict catchment-scale faecal contamination, employing long-term E. coli data and novel use of spatial-stream-network models. This publication is available to view online.

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